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Coin Flip variation
Posted By: joe freedman
Date: Saturday, 2 May 2015, at 7:13 p.m.
In Response To: Coin Flip variation (Bob Koca)
I think the answer is 1/3. If you repeat the operation 60 times, you will flip each coin 30 times. One coin will yield 15 heads and 15 tails; the other will yield 30 heads, for a total of 45 heads and 15 tails. The normal coin produced 15/45 heads, or 1/3. Maybe there's a more inductive way to reach this conclusion.

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